"A must-read and a powerful call to seize the opportunity that lies in embracing and celebrating people for who they are."
Richard Branson
Founder, Virgin Group
"A pivotal guide for going from awareness to action in creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace and society."
Marc Benioff
Chair and CEO, Salesforce
"Diversity makes all of us stronger – this book offers ways to help you embrace what people can do and how they think, rather than where they were born and what they look like."
Ajay Banga
Executive Chair, Mastercard
"Diversity and inclusion are the gateways to stronger teams and better performance. This book holds up a mirror and then guides us – skilfully and persuasively – to the actions we all need to be taking."
Alan Jope
CEO, Unilever

Everything you need to know about fostering a supportive, productive and happier workplace.

How to Get Your Act Together is a one-stop, non-judgemental guide to creating an inclusive environment for your employees. Using accessible,
real-world examples from a host of industry-leading CEOs, this book will educate and empower you to foster a workplace where anyone can be themselves, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race or disability – and eventually, to change the face of business for the better.

Of the very few Fortune 500 companies that share diversity data, 72% of their senior executives are white men. And it’s been proven that companies with more diverse management teams have nearly 20% higher revenues. Surely YOU don’t want to be left behind?

Moral imperatives aside, the business case for diversity and inclusion is clear – they are clear drivers of innovation, profit and employer brand. But how can male white leadership implement this change? There’s no denying it’s difficult – perhaps you feel left out of the conversation, afraid to make mistakes, and confused about the evolving language of diversity and inclusion.

In this practical guide, leading diversity specialists Felicity Hassan and Suki Sandhu OBE teach you how to create an inclusive environment for your employees and have educated conversations about diversity, illuminating what can sometimes be tricky territory with humour and heart.